Baking Dishes

Does It Matter Whether You Use a Glass or Metal Baking Pan?

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Baking dishes for Breville/comparable convection toaster ovens (9"x13" or smaller)

by iyc_nyc 11 years ago

Hi, does anyone have any recommendations for baking dishes (both jelly roll types and deeper ones up to 3-4" deep) that can be safely used in a convection toaster oven up to 500 degrees F, that com...

non-pyrex baking dish

by knet 12 years ago

Given the plethora of reports of shattering pyrex I am starting to hesitate about using mine. Does anyone have recommendations for a good rectangular baking dish? Non pyrex of course! Something ...

LeCreuset deal at finecooking.com, 12X9 1/2" enameled cast-iron baking dish for $39.95

by Sherri 12 years ago

The newest edition of FINE COOKING magazine, April/May 2009, has a great deal on a LC cast iron baking dish (AKA roasting pan) in the "Where To Buy It" section on page 89. This beauty lists at $1...

A large baking dish full of roasted tomatoes

by morebubbles 14 years ago

I just roasted a bunch of tomatoes. The thing is, I'm having a low energy day. So, my question is this: what easy recipe can I make that uses the tray of roasted tomatoes? thanks!

Baking Dish with baffles for extra corners

by Msample 14 years ago

A couple months ago I saw a write up of a baking pan that had vertical baffles/ridges in it so that when baking brownies there would be more "corners " . From an overhead view it looks a bit like a...

Repairing crack in baking dish

by Pantagruel 16 years ago

I have a ceramic baking dish that has developed a hairline crack. Is there an adhesive that will work at temperatures up to 400 degrees?

best square baking dishes

by sg 17 years ago

i'm making a gooey pumpkin butter cake and a pear cake, both which require square baking dishes, so i need to go buy some tonight. which kind are best? glass, aluminum, ceramic, etc.? should i just...

Tools of the Trade: Pepper Mills and Terra Cotta Baking Dishes

by rien 17 years ago

I was at Sur La Table yesterday and, of course, decided I needed a wide variety of implements that I didn't need before I entered the store. Two items that caught my eye were the covered terra cott...

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